Ranking every free agent the Vikings signed in 2023 from best to worst

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Minnesota Vikings free agent signing No. 15

Joejuan Williams, cornerback

Entering the 2023 season, the Minnesota Vikings had plenty of questions at cornerback. Bringing in a tall defender with some experience and potential made the one-year $1.1 million signing of Joejuan Williams interesting.

Williams has played in one game for the Vikings this year, making one tackle and defending one pass. He is currently still a member of the practice squad and could be called up to help the team whenever he is needed.

Minnesota Vikings free agent signing No. 14

Oli Udoh, offensive line

Having depth is always a major benefit in the NFL. Although Oli Udoh isn't a starter for the Minnesota Vikings, having him available for a little over $2.5 million this season gave the team a little insurance on the offensive line.

Udoh injured his quad in Sept. against the Eagles and was lost for the season. He started one game and played in another before his injury and should continue to be a decent reserve lineman when he gets healthy.

Minnesota Vikings free agent signing No. 13

N'Keal Harry, wide receiver

Every once in a while, taking a chance on a young talent who didn't work out in another situation can be well worth it. Sadly, N'Keal Harry wasn't able to carve out a role for himself among the wide receivers of the Minnesota Vikings.

Harry has played in nine games for the Vikings, primarily on special teams and is currently on Minnesota's practice squad. With Jefferson, Addison, Osborn, and Powell each playing well, getting elevated to the 53 could be a challenge.